Nothing. Turns out. Xi'an is one of the names of a city in China, and there is prior art on a dildo associated with Xi'an. Fact is CIG might have IP rights problems with a few of their ship names too, if they weren't concerned with IP rights when using the names in the first place. One of the most embarrassing things for a company to do is to try to enforce rights they don't actually have, especially if their enforcement action caused someone harm.
lol, as @Vavrik pointed out, probably nothing, since Xi'an is a name of a Chinese city...but, if I were those people, I would not advertise it as a "Star Citizen Xi'an Dildo..."
The link seems to be gone already. As for 3D printed models they are really interesting. Could you "get around" the selling profit clause by accepting donations after giving away models?Speaking on the subject of things that could cause problems, I saw this idea advertised on Spectrum and can already hear heavy breathing by a CIG lawyer somewhere.
An idea like this will work with CIG approval, but the fact that this person already bought website addresses and contacted 3rd parties to create for a profit what could be a copyrighted material right after this fan kit stuff came out is interesting. It is using a company name from the lore which is stated as against the TOS in the fine print of the fan kit.
I am still planning on 3D printing a few ships for my desk, but how careful I have to tread is so vague that it can be concerning.